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Our lovely home is located in a quiet cul-de-sac neighbourhood in Sullivan Heights, Surrey. Our home has a backyard, beautiful garden, a deck with a hammock for relaxing and studying in the summer.

We live near bus stops minutes away to King George & Surrey Central Station skytrain stations.
We are also accessible to schools:
1) King George International College
2) Pacific Canada College
3) SFU
4) Kwantlen University
5) Sullivan Heights Secondary School
Close to shopping malls/centres, Newton public library and YMCA recreation centre, parks and golf course.

Beautiful 1 fully-furnished bedroom available to international homestay student or visitor. Bedroom includes:
- a queen size bed, large window covered with blinds;
- shared jack-and-jill bathroom/shower
- desk with chair, closet, and TV with full cable.
- High speed wireless internet available in your own room for your laptop. Computer can also be provided.
- TV with DVD and computer in the family room
- Linens, beddings and blanket
- Prepared home cooked meals “Asian (rice with main course) & Western/Canadian will be provided.

Room is available anytime, with or without meals, must be a non-smoker, and no pets. Utilities and laundry included at no charge.

We would be willing to show you around Metro Vancouver & to your newly adopted city. Our family will be delighted to have you as additional member of our family and be a part of our daily family activities & gatherings.

Pictures of the room & house will be available upon request. If you are interested or for further details (Rates with or without meals, Expectations & Rules) contact email to: chromiloamin at gmail dot com or call (604) 592-8708.


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